本文为大家带来2018年9-12月雅思口语Part2话题：omething you lost which is important to
Something you lost which is important to you
Describe a time you lost something important.
You should say:
What you lost;
how you lost it;
what you did after you lost it;
and explain how you felt about losing it.
What kinds of people may lose things often?
What can we do to prevent losing important things?
What would you do if you saw something valuable but didn't belong to you on the street?
What kinds of things have you lost so far?
What do you usually do to look for lost items?
I have never felt as frustrated and helpless as l did the time my mobile oh was stolen. It gave me a sense of shame and a feeling of being violated. I can also kick myself for being so careless and not more aware.
I was a bit naive to leave my phone in a back pocket of my rucksack while l
travelled on the bus. When I reached my stop and reached into the bag, it was nowhere to be seen and I immediately burst into tears, an old lady came up to me and tried to console me, but I was extremely emotional and not able to be rational.
After I got over the shock, I went to a local police station to report the theft. The police couldn’t do a whole lot other than take my statement and file a report to this day the phone still hasn't materialized, so I have given up all hope of ever seeing it again
I still feel sick to my stomach for losing the phone for a number of reasons. First, it's an invasion of privacy as my phone had lots of sensitive personal details on it. Also, it was jam-pocked with photos and videos that I hadn't backed up. They will be lost forever, which is a very sad and helpless thought.